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All but Ward I boil order lifted

Only Richmond Ward I under boil order until Monday. The boil order has been lifted from Richmond Wards II, III and IV. For residents of Ward I, people should boil…

CHAMPS AT SHOW-ME GAMES

Photo PHOTO: Layne Cavanah gets ready to unload on a pitch for the Richmond Rattlers during the Show-Me State Games held last weekend in Columbia. The Rattlers took fi rst…

No-contact clause added to bond of custodian

Judge Kevin L. Walden amended the special bond conditions for Scott E. Russell July 27 in Carroll County Circuit Court. The conditions now stipulate that Russell not have contact with…

Richmond man arrested for 11 burglaries

Richmond Police arrested Christopher M. Brooks, 27, of Richmond, Tuesday in connection with at least 11 vehicle break-ins and business burglaries. Interim Chief Chad Burnine said Wednesday that the department…

2011-12 city budget unveiled

The review Monday of Richmond’s proposed 2011-12 budget tipped its hat to both a recent state audit and heightened interest by city council members on how city money is allocated.…

Cornerstone on Square to close in October

There will soon be another vacancy on the Richmond Square. Long-time business Economy Health Mart will be closing its doors Oct. 14, according to owner Rick Ridder. Ridder, who has…

Hundreds Flock to Hardin Tractor Pull

PHOTO PHOTO: Sylex Ruffcorn, 7, had an up-close view of the tractor pull, riding in the Ol’ Busch sled with his grandfather, Darryl. The Ruffcorns brought the sled from their…

Committee recommends APAC for road work

Members of Richmond’s public works committee agreed Thursday to recommend the city hire APAC-Missouri, Inc. to mill and overlay ailing streets in all four wards. APAC’s hiring won’t be formal…

Orrick man dies in road accident

An Orrick man lost his life Friday when his tractor trailer traveled off Highway 36, six miles east of Chillicothe. Garry W. Pennington, 52, was driving east on Highway 36…

Fees for penned animals on Rayville village agenda

A proposed new ordinance in the village of Rayville has caused quite a stir, not only dividing the board of trustees, but the community as well. The ordinance calls for…